This thread seems to hit on such a good idea, that, given your attention to user needs, I suspect you guys must have already thought of it...
Here's the idea that I see emerging, that the threatcast statistics are valuable, even if based only on the user information that it embodies. However, it is an EXCELLENT idea that the Comodo experts monitor responses. You guys are very likely to spot the errors that users might make when things are not so obvious.
So for the unsophisticated user, trusting the majority of users would be reassuring and reliable.
But, for the "average" user, there are certain to be a few cases where mistaken action is a majority choice, or at least many people might go astray.
And in the case of some "tricky" alerts, and in the case of spyware, and other malware, even sophisticated users might make mistakes.
In that latter case it would be highly desirable for Comodo experts to review action and communicate to users, perhaps through a periodic report on the threatcast statistics pubished by email or on the website or as a threatcast feature.